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The Snow

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  3 reviews
It's a bloody cold winter. Throughout history, he has secretly visited this world again and again. The Prankster, the mischief-maker, of Norse mythology...Loki. Now, one Donald Holly-an ordinary, lonely man living in northern Minnesota-comes to be possessed bodily by the Asgardian deity of evil, robbed of his will...and of his very humanity, as horrific death and bizarre d ...more
ebook, 145 pages
Published March 7th 2012 by Eternal Press
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Barb McKinley
Dec 07, 2014 Barb McKinley rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: I cannot recommend this book.
Recommended to Barb by: Author Ross S. Simon
**Mr. Simon, the Author, gave me a copy of his book for an honest review. **

This book was a difficult read for me. The Norse god Loki is one nasty entity throughout. There is plenty of guts, gore and general badness. You would definitely call this horror. Mr. Simon has a good storyline and the potential to write good horror. I will try another of his books to check his writing style.

While not a very long book, there is a lot of narrative that is superfluous to the story. All the extra words and
Shen Hart
We received a free copy of this book in return for an honest review.

This is a book for people who want blood, guts, and gore, and nothing much else. There is little to no plot within this book. There were vague attempts at character development, and if the reader pushes very hard they may be able to call this a character study. Unfortunately, the only redeeming features of this book are the unusual idea at the heart of it and the lack of typographical and grammatical errors. The pacing is non-e
Mallory Heart
May 09, 2012 Mallory Heart rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Mallory Heart by: Great Minds Think Aloud
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Synchronistically, this is the second book I’ve read dealing with Evil Loki in less than a week. The previous novel was Jennifer Estep’s “Touch of Frost,” from the Mythos Academy series, which I read per a Goodreads challenge. It also purported Norse trickster god Loki as evil, head of an army of Reapers of Chaos (with eternal chaos, of course, being his dream).

In “The Snow,” Loki is not just evil-but bloodthirsty, gory, and, well-a deity, with all the powers of a deity at his disposal, includi
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